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G57 88mm, ID 2600's, kinetic crank saver and PNR tank ordered....I went with 1 inch fittings...so that means Frankenstein manifold it is. I think I've decided to go with TKM for the machine work as well, anyone have experience with them?

Went to install the JPC line lock today...the self tapping screws for the solenoid don't seem to seat all the way with how thin the metal is, which Im not comfortable with, so I'm going to run out and get some nutserts tomorrow and go that way.

Hoist will be here tomorrow so the gameplan is to pull it...if I can get to the line lock I will.
 

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G57 88mm, ID 2600's, kinetic crank saver and PNR tank ordered....I went with 1 inch fittings...so that means Frankenstein manifold it is. I think I've decided to go with TKM for the machine work as well, anyone have experience with them?

Went to install the JPC line lock today...the self tapping screws for the solenoid don't seem to seat all the way with how thin the metal is, which Im not comfortable with, so I'm going to run out and get some nutserts tomorrow and go that way.

Hoist will be here tomorrow so the gameplan is to pull it...if I can get to the line lock I will.
You are running the best, might as well do a billet crank!
 
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You are running the best, might as well do a billet crank!
Haha don't worry, there will be a second version... I went with the Callie's as you recommended for now. Next step will be billet block/crank and external fuel pump alongside probably Diamond pistons...and then fixing whatever goes to cause that :cwl: That's about a $35k+ step though :shock:
 
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Engine out, please excuse the fluid mess lmao. Tip for anyone pulling a coyote for the first time...don't forget the ground strap at the rear of the engine. That sucker was hanging on for dear life :p Will have some small things to do for a bit....front brakes, line lock, interior, tear her down. Once the rotating assembly is in we're off to TKM for:

Jet wash/debur prep block
Line hone
Install sleeves
CNC bore
CNC profile deck
torque plate diamond hone


Jet wash heads
Bronze Valve guides
Race valve job
Port heads
Mini hoop the heads
Chamber softening

Balance rotating assembly

She's moving.

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Feels nice to finally get into things physically over just planning. Got a decent amount torn down...am I odd wanting to see a little carnage during a teardown? :cwl:

Got a package from MMR coming into tomorrow, we'll see what we've got.

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Was curious about the OPG's so cracked open the housing to check. Props to Boundary...they had those light machining marks when I received them. Although they look kind of deep in pictures, you can't catch a fingernail or even begin to feel them. Regardless I contacted Boundary at the time and they said not to worry.

Look like they did the day they went in, and tolerance is solid. In all honesty I've heard some rumblings about the tolerance on the gears in the pump that I bought. If I get it and the gap is massive, I'm honestly tempted to run these.

Thought I'd share for those considering which OPG's to go with.

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Show a picture of the surfaces that see the friction
 
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Show a picture of the surfaces that see the friction
Lol I'm a turd. Literally thought about that as I opened this. There is a groove that you can catch.

I'm guessing the gears are stronger than the housing so makes sense, what would cause something like that in regards to perimeters of the gear? Might have to edit my above post.

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I'm talking about the surface on the interior of OPG
 
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He's talking about the surfaces where the 2 pieces (inner and outer) contact each other.
Lmao, probably didn't process because there are zero markings there.
 

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Read through build...... Should be a good one. I went with Winburg Billet Crank, Billet rods and a Bear Block. Seems like your on the right track for the most part.

You will def be faster on a radial than biased on a prepped track. JPC did my TH400 kit.... so I recommend them.

ID2600's are a good choice also.
 

 
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